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bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 09:26:51

Every so often I wake up with what fels like morning sickness!It isn't and the doctors can't explain it as it is so random.I know there is nothing anyone can do to but I am looking for tips to stem the feeling!I have it oday first time this year and I have to go out!It is so frustrating as otherwise I feel well!Know its really bad when I am repuled by coffee and can only drink sugary tea.Help!

luciemule Fri 23-Oct-09 09:57:47

Are you on a contraceptive pill?
I was on loestrin 20 (which is lower in oestrogen that some) but it still made me feel like I had morning sickness all day long on and off throughout the month. In the end I went to the GP to get a bloodtest in case I was pregnant, but I wasn't.
Came off the pill and it went away.
Sometimes still throughout the month, I feel like I have to drink a glucose drink though as I do still feel a little nauseous sometimes.

If you are on the pill, that could be it so you could ask to change pills and see if it makes a difference.

Aubergines Fri 23-Oct-09 10:02:50

I had a similar reaction to the Pill. I also feel nauseous around ovulation. However, like you, I sometimes get it with no obvious cause.

Have you tried Motilium (an over the counter drug) or Stemetil (sp?) (prescription only). Stemetil helps me.

bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 10:05:43

I am not on the pill but am on medication for my transplant but have been on those 25 yrs so know its not them!Will try stemetil I think as the gp said I could buy it over the counter if it got bad.Have called friend and told her to come here for lunch so at last I can stay in.But the thought of food and a manic 3 yr old aaaaah!grin

bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 10:07:12

Just looked up nausea at ovulation and sounds like that!

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